Top Tourist Attractions in Kansas - Travel Guide
Top Tourist Attractions in Kansas - Travel Guide: Boot Hill Museum, Botanica Gardens, Fort Larned National Historic Site, Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Kansas State Capitol, Lake Scott State Park, Monument Rocks, Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts, Sedgwick County Zoo, Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
'Lets Go Places' prt 2 - Nebraska to Kansas - USA Travel - YouTube
The United States is so diverse and when you travel by the seat of your pants so to speak, meaning you know where you are going but not the way, the discoveries along the way are amazing.
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Lawrence: Attractions & Activities (Gay Travel Video)
My boyfriend and I explore what's been rated the most popular tourist destination in Kansas in this episode of The Travel Tidbit! Check out the things we saw and did during our visit to Lawrence in this video and then come back on Thursday for a Hotel Hangout vlog from our room at one of the hotels here! Don't forget to subscribe if you're new to see more videos from our travels. ✈️
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Driving from Salina, KS to Denver, CO via I70
I made it almost half way across Kansas last evening, and then a good night sleep in Salina, but Kansas is one wide state, so still have a long way to go to make it to Denver and Boulder Colorado. Feeling good. Looking forward to seeing the Rockies!!!
43:56 View of Pike's Peak (Thanks, John M.)
My Sony HXR-NX100 rode shotgun on a tripod shooting at 4 fps. The tripod was held in place using bungee cords giving it I nice smooth feel, even on bumpy roads. I also used this same camera to shoot various scenes around the country, and to interview folks.
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Top 10 Prettiest Towns in United States
# Top 10 Prettiest Towns in United States :
Do you live in one of the America’s prettiest cities? It’s impossible to say what’s “best” for everyone, of course. But where’s the fun in not trying? Here, below is our list of top 10 prettiest towns in United States. These beautiful towns are not only thriving economically, they’ve also got all you could want in a place to raise a family: plenty of green space, good schools, and a strong sense of community.
10. Edgartown, Massachusetts
9. Key West, Florida
8. Longview, Washington
7. Athens, Georgia
6. Tarrytown, New York
5. Fort Benton, Montana
4. Breckenridge, Colorado
3. Gatlinburg, Tennessee
2. Camden, Maine
1. Newport, Rhode Island
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Combat Air Museum - Topeka KS [Explore Kansas]
Combat Air Museum in Topeka, Kansas, is museum at Topeka Regional Airport / Forbes Field. Located 10 km south CBD of Topeka KS.
Explore Kansas - Combat Air Museum in Topeka, KS
Historic Fort Snelling
Built in the early 1820s, Historic Fort Snelling is a great place to learn about military history from before the Civil War through World War II, fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and much more. Its location ... at the junction of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers ... has been significant for centuries to many American Indian communities. (Information provided by Minnesota Historical Society)
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Great American Road Trip - Crossing from Colorado into Kansas
Sperling's BestPlaces founder Bert Sperling is taking the Great American Road Trip in celebration of 30 years of finding the nation's Best Places!
Six Flags - Overview, History, and Facts (2013)
This is a brief overview and history of Six Flags Entertainment, Corp. with a focus on Six Flags Great Adventure.
Six Flags Entertainment is the world's largest amusement park corporation based on quantity of properties--And the fifth most popular in terms of attendance. The company maintains 19 properties throughout North America consisting of theme parks, thrill parks, water parks, and family entertainment centers. In 2009 Six Flags properties hosted 23.9 million guests. The company was founded in Texas and took its name from its first property, Six Flags Over Texas. The company maintains a corporate office in Midtown Manhattan, and its headquarters are in Grand Prairie, Texas. The name refers to the flags of the six different nations that have governed Texas: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the United States of America, and the Confederate States of America. The original park was (and still is) split into separate regions, such as the Spain and Mexico section featuring Spanish-themed rides, attractions, and buildings. Six Flags Great Adventure is a theme park in New Jersey. The complex also contains the Six Flags Wild Safari animal park and Hurricane Harbor water park. The park opened in 1974 under restaurateur Warner LeRoy. Six Flags took ownership of the park in 1977. Today, the park contains eleven themed areas-- four of which are designed for small children. Including the animal safari, Six Flags Great Adventure covers the most land of all Six Flags properties. On August 30, 2012, Six Flags announced that the Great Adventure entertainment complex will become the world's largest theme park for the 2013 season when the current 160-acre theme park and 350-acre Wild Safari animal park unite as one 510 acre property. So make your way to Six Flags today!
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Zipper On-ride (HD POV) Utah State Fair 2012
Take a ride on Zipper manufactured by Chance Rides, Inc. you get in a small free spinning gondola/car and the whole ride itself rotates as you move on a track. Once you get to either end it whips your around and can also make you flip. If your on for too long it can make you sick or even throw up at the Utah State Fair in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Zipper is an amusement-thrill ride popular at carnivals and amusement parks in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It features strong vertical G-forces, numerous spins, and a noted sense of unpredictability.
The Zipper was invented by Joseph Brown as a part of Chance Rides, Inc., a company based in Wichita, Kansas that has manufactured more than 200 Zipper units since the ride's beginning in 1968.
Most models of the Zipper follow a similar basic format: A long, rotating, oval boom with a cable around its edge that pulls 12 cars around the ride. Except at peak times, most operators will only fill half of the cars at one time with riders. Like most carnival equipment, the ride is designed to be portable. It can be disassembled onto a truck and transported from site to site.
The first fourteen Zippers manufactured spun at much higher speeds than modern models. The boom rotated at 11 rpm and the cable system at 7 rpm. These first-generation rides kept the passenger compartments spinning on their axes constantly, creating unsafe g-forces and causing impact-related injuries such as whiplash, bruises and back injuries. The safety hazard was quickly discovered and the mechanical rpms were permanently lowered to current speeds.
On September 7, 1977, the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a public warning, urging carnival-goers not to ride the Zipper after four deaths occurred due to compartment doors opening mid-ride. The safety restraints being attached to the door itself, riders are left unrestrained whenever the door is open. The four victims all died after falling from their compartments. The failure was traced to original spring-close latches on the doors wearing out and not being replaced. Compartments on currently operating Zippers are secured using the original latch, a redundant latch approved by the CPSC, and a large R-Key pin as a third backup.
Despite these new safety features, the same scenario was repeated in July 2006 in Hinckley, Minnesota when two teenage girls were ejected from their compartment as the door swung open. Their door was apparently not properly closed by the operator who admitted to local law enforcement that he had not inserted the safety pin (R-Key) before starting the ride. Both of the victims, Erica Matrious and Breanna Larsen, survived the incident despite facing some serious injuries. On November 2, 2006, the girls were interviewed.
Many newer models of Zipper have solved this problem by completely restructuring the door lock system, also eliminating the need for an R-key. These newer models have also increased the weight of the compartments, reducing the spinning, which decreases pressure on the door latches.
Zipper operators are encouraged to employ a no single rider policy. The manufacturer's concern was that a person riding alone might turn sideways in the seat and remove their legs from underneath the lap bar, risking serious injury as the capsule spun. The manufacturer sent out a bulletin to Zipper owners in 1995 pointing out the risk.
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